*The band member who wrote this track did so after it came to him in a dream. He wanted to create a song that the audience could participate in. He succeeded! The song was performed at their induction into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and inspired a musical of the same name. Name the band, the artist who wrote it and extra credit for the name of the track...
*We'll play a track that many people thought was about drugs, but it actually is not. The writer of the song states the lyrics are all about whe he felt like as a child when he was sick with fever...a state of delirium and a detachment from reality. He actually got this very feeling at one of the band's concerts. He played on despite being unable to focus, but he did realize that the fans simply did not care because they were so busy screaming. Hence...the name of the track.
Name the band, the writer and extra credit for the name of the song...
*A track originally written and recorded by Bob Dylan in 1964 finds the singer telling a girl that he is not her true love, and that she should forget about him as he is just a temporary fix for her loneliness. It is quite possible the song was inspired by Joan Baez. But we'll play a version that became this band's very first hit the following year (1965). Name the band and track...
*A 2020 album by this superstar artist is a true sequel to his 2016 memoir and its 2017 Broadway stage show, finds the artist reckoning with the weight of the past, and how its ghosts are still readily apparent in the present. He is also keenly aware he has more road in his rearview mirror than he does the highway ahead of him (so true for many of us). He meant the album and the title track to celebrate that we are all in the moment....the present moment...a point of celebration. Name the artist and the name of the song (also the name of the album)...
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Going To California by Led Zeppelin vs Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd
1. Queen, Brian May, We Will Rock You
2. Pink Floyd, Roger Watters, Comfortably Numb
3. Turtles, It Ain’t Me Babe
4. Bruce Springsteen, Letter To You
Pink Floyd prevailed by a mere 3 votes